What was your most favorite Dukes of Hazzard toy as a kid? Most likely, the Dukes of Hazzard General Lee Big Wheel “Power Cycle” could have been your favorite as it was one of the most popular items we all wanted as a kid! There was nothing better than cruising down your driveway, hitting a jump you made out of your Dad’s toolbox and a peice of wood, and then after a clean landing, pulling the brake lever to do a power slide just like Bo and Luke Duke.
Did you have a General Lee Big Wheel? If so we would love to hear you story! Well hope you all enjoy the photos and commercial for the Dukes of Hazzard Big Wheel.
There were a few other Dukes of Hazzard ride on toys, like the General Lee mini big wheel, General Lee motorcycle, Daisy Duke big wheel, and of course, the General Lee pedal car. You can learn more about those Dukes of Hazzard ride on vehicles here.
The “Republic New Orleans” is throwing a Dukes of Hazzard Throwback event tonight as a part of their “Summer Kick-Off” Check out their promotional page which offers an awesome piece of General Lee art including a wallpaper for your computer!
If you are a Dukes of Hazzard memorabilia collector then you will want to check out the following auction on eBay. It is for a 1984 Dukes of Hazzard Cast & Crew belt buckle. These belt buckles are extremely rare and hard to find due to the limited amount of them that were made and still exist. These buckes were given to cast and crew members who worked and appeared on the show.
This buckle has a great story behind it because it was personally owned by actor Mike Genovese who played “Nervous Norman Willis” in the Feb 24, 1984 Dukes of Hazard episode titled “Close Call For Daisy“.
Nervous Norman Willis, a neurotic crime boss comes to Hazzard County and loses his little black book, accidentally picked up by Daisy Duke, containing all his crooked deals. so Norman is after Daisy – who decides to hide out at Enos’ place.
So with only a few hours left on the auction, don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a rare peice of Dukes of Hazzard history!